WAYNESBORO, Pa. — A town house development near Walmart in Rouzerville, Pa., will be reviewed Monday, Aug. 13, at a Washington Township (Pa.) Planning Commission meeting.
The developers of New Forge Crossing are seeking final approval for 60 town houses for low- to moderate-income residents. The Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency approved $2 million in funding and another $1 million in tax credits for Woda Group LLC.
The planning commission is expected to make recommendations to the Washington Township Supervisors, who will make the final determination locally about the proposal.
Washington Township Manager Mike Christopher said Wednesday the development is proposed for approximately 12 acres accessed by an existing road that intersects with Washington Township Boulevard.